Careers in Management for the New Woman Stashower 1978 This book looked familiar and I think I posted it in the early days of ALB. However, that particular post seems to be lost over time in our many migrations. But
Strong Women Stay Slim
Submitter: I wanted to share this book I just weeded from the collection at the public library where I work. The actual content of the book is more helpful than the title would suggest, but the whole premise of strength being linked to body type is beyond insulting.
Everywoman’s Diet Handbook
You know it’s for the ladies because the cover is pink. The diet advice is old and probably not recommended by any reasonable nutritionist. Aside from questionable nutritional value, they are probably the most boring menus around. I get the feeling that the next level of dieting for these authors is to simply sniff the food and call it a meal.
Having It All Brown 1983 I am sure most of you have heard of Helen Gurley Brown, probably best known as the editor in chief at Cosmopolitan. Her best known book was Sex and the Single Girl, published in 1962.
The Extra Edge Success Strategies for Women Mitchell and Burdick 1983 Ladies, it is time to step up your professional look. Don’t worry about your skills, it is all about the look. This book has a bunch of quizzes and
Having It All A Practical Guide to Managing a Home and a Career Gabriel and Baldwin 1980 I would have jumped on any book like this back in the day. Of course my older wiser self recognizes that no one
A Woman’s Guide to Fixing the Car Weissler and Weissler 1973 I will bet everyone looked at this cover and without even reading the title and thought: this is a book for the ladies. See the bright pink and purple?
Total Joy Morgan 1976 If you were around in the 1970s, the name Marabel Morgan will probably ring a bell. (We featured her first book the Total Woman a while back, but I think that post bit the dust years